How we get our toddler talking with games and activities ?

How we get our toddler talking with games and activities ?

8 activities to support language development in toddlers, including reading with felt pieces, playing "what's missing," labeling body parts, playing hide and seek with toys, using pause and fill-in activities while reading and singing, creating a talking basket, using a touchy feely box, and doing matching activities with flashcards. These activities help toddlers learn new words and reinforce vocabulary in a fun and engaging way.

 

📚 Reading with felt pieces to encourage vocabulary development
🐷 Playing "what's missing" with familiar objects
🖐️ Labeling body parts using stickers or tape
🔍 Playing hide and seek with toys to learn vocabulary and follow directions
🎵 Using pause and fill-in activities while reading and singing
🧺 Creating a talking basket with random objects for vocabulary exploration
👋 Using a touchy feely box to stimulate sensory and language development
🃏 Matching activities with flashcards to reinforce vocabulary and object recognition
Key Insights
   
- 📚 Using props like felt pieces and masking tape during reading can make the activity more interactive and engaging for toddlers.
- 🐷 "What's missing" games help toddlers develop memory skills and reinforce vocabulary.
- 🖐️ Labeling body parts with stickers or tape helps toddlers learn and practice vocabulary related to their own bodies.
- 🔍 Hide and seek games with toys encourage toddlers to follow directions and learn vocabulary related to different rooms and objects in the house.
- 🎵 Pause and fill-in activities while reading and singing allow toddlers to practice new words and improve their language skills.
- 🧺 Creating a talking basket with random objects provides a hands-on and interactive way for toddlers to explore and learn new vocabulary.
- 👋 Touchy feely boxes stimulate sensory development and language skills by allowing toddlers to feel and describe different objects.

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